This is because in the past Augusta National have been quite selective in how their course / club / tournament is marketed, hence the reason the Masters is still on BBC and not SKY who could, I'm sure, easily outbid BBC. And until recently (last couple of years?) they were so protective they would not allow live coverage of the final day until a certain time / part of the course (eg leaders reach 8th hole). But this year there was a lot more live coverage, from quite early on in the round.
So anyway, rambling over, don't bet on it - if it could be done someone would DEFINITELY have put Augusta into a golf game by now.